Daily Archives: October 4, 2017

Woodcarvers’ craft and talents on display with live demos in Spanish Fork

The Utah Valley Woodcarvers Club will host its annual show this weekend, giving carvers a chance to show off their skills and visitors a chance to see the finished products.

Woodcarvers’ craft and talents on display with live demos in Spanish Fork

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For Debra Fotheringham, truth is somewhere between ‘The Darkness and the Sun’

In July 2014, the New York Times Magazine published “The Weird, Scary and Ingenious Brain of Maria Bamford.” The piece, a profile on one of Hollywood’s strangest, most neurotic up-and-coming comedians, delves into how Bamford handles her fragile mental health.…

For Debra Fotheringham, truth is somewhere between ‘The Darkness and the Sun’

First-generation Latina UVU grad encourages others to get an education

When Krystal Guerra came to Utah Valley State College, it was because she had a good scholarship. She planned on later transferring to a different school to continue her education.

First-generation Latina UVU grad encourages others to get an education

Mitt Romney endorses John Curtis in race to fill 3rd Congressional District seat

Provo Mayor John Curtis nabbed a big endorsement Wednesday morning after fellow Republican Mitt Romney voiced his support in the special 3rd Congressional District race.

Mitt Romney endorses John Curtis in race to fill 3rd Congressional District seat

New tenant hopes to bring life back into closed, historic Springville theater

The facade and lobby of the Rivoli Theater in Springville have a nondescript, nearly forgotten look to them. The marquee is empty, the signs out front lack movie posters and the concession area hasn’t served popcorn in quite awhile.

New tenant hopes to bring life back into closed, historic Springville theater

Utah Valley school districts unconcerned with state school grades

School grades are out, but Utah County districts aren’t putting much stock in them.

Utah Valley school districts unconcerned with state school grades

Provo Municipal Council postpones zoning vote concerning over-occupancy

The Provo Municipal Council agreed Tuesday to postpone a vote on a change to zoning compliance codes concerning over-occupancy.

Provo Municipal Council postpones zoning vote concerning over-occupancy

Construction electrically shocked after falling 25 feet in Provo

A construction worker was electrically shocked Tuesday after falling 25 feet from an apartment structure.

Construction electrically shocked after falling 25 feet in Provo